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About Hill Country Church (PCA)

Who We Are

     Hill Country Mission Church (PCA) is a new church plant of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) in the Ft. Hood/Killeen area of Texas.

     The pastor, Lou Best, served in the military for 31 years before receiving his Master of Divinity degree from Covenant Seminary in St. Louis.

     Lou and his wife, Shirley, know first hand what military life is like. They have moved around the world, have experienced separation due to deployments, including the Gulf War in 1990-91 as part of the 1st Cavalry Division, and have felt the trauma of leaving family, friends, and a church home.

 

The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)

     We believe that the Bible is the written Word of God, inspired by the Holy Spirit and without error in the original manuscripts. The Bible is our infallible and divine authority in all matters of faith and life.

     We have a strong commitment to evangelism, missionary work (home and abroad), church planting, and Christian education.

     We strive to be faithful to the Scriptures, true to the Reformed faith, and obedient to the Great Commission.

     Our preaching is Christ-centered, expository, and contextually-relevant.

     Our worship is historically and Biblically formed, yet authentic to our time and place.

 

Our Vision

Hill Country Church (PCA) exists to:

  • Glorify and enjoy God
  • Extend our worship of God to every sphere of life
  • Celebrate the worth and work of Jesus Christ locally and beyond
  • Recruit and prepare people for worldwide Kingdom service

 

Our Focus

Worship
     God created us to worship. Worship is standing in awe of our holy God and bowing reverently before the King. Individual, family, and corporate worship brings renewal when we are honest about our sin. We receive the grace, freely given, of our God as we worship Him through His Son in spirit and truth.

Community
     “Christianity means community through Jesus Christ and in Jesus Christ. First, a Christian needs others because of Jesus Christ. Second, a Christian comes to others only through Jesus Christ.” -- Dietrich Bonhoeffer

     We are not our own. Christ’s people need one another. Real, deep covenant relationships take time, and we aim to build these relationships upon Christ, our sure foundation.

Mercy
     We are merciful because Christ gave us, sinners, His mercy. We seek to meet the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of those in our community. Reaching out individually and corporately among our neighbors, friends and coworkers, we share the Gospel power to transform from the inside out and embrace those in need.

Shepherding
     We emulate our Good Shepherd. In keeping with Colossians 1:28, we seek to “present every man and woman complete (mature) in Christ.” As fellow pilgrims, we travel together the journey of sanctification, set free through the forgiveness of sins and the royal robe of Christ’s righteousness. Along the way, we bear one another’s burdens and replace “Christian Lite” with the renewing reality and anchoring depth of the knowledge of God—saturating all of life.

Mission
     In obedience to Christ’s Great Commission, our goal is to train Christians to be his witnesses in all cultures by ministering the whole gospel locally, regionally, cross-culturally and internationally. Hill Country Mission Church (PCA) is in a unique position for outreach to the military community and to prepare service members to be ambassadors for Christ as they deploy worldwide. The focus in training is to prepare Christians to “go,” “give,” “send,” “pray,” and “engage” the people of God to be witnesses to Jesus Christ.


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Harker Heights, TX 76548

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